Brooke Stratton

Brooke began her athletics career at the tender age of 5, at the Nunawading Little Athletics Centre. Here she discovered her passion for long jump after winning her first state gold medal in the U9’s. Brooke won many State and National titles throughout her younger years. She has represented Australia at both a world youth and junior level, and in 2014 Brooke won the National Open Championships. At just 20 years of age Brooke was named in the 2014 Commonwealth Games team, due to a stress fracture in her lower back a week before departure to Glasgow she was unable to compete. In 2015, Brooke posted a personal best jump of 6.73m and has qualified for the World Championships in Beijing.

‘Bounce protein balls and shakes help me recover faster between long training sessions and competitions. They are a convenient source of protein when travelling.’ Brooke Stratton

Career Highlights:
– 2016 Broke the Open Australian record- 7.05m
– 2016 Rio Olympics: 7th
– 2016 World Indoor Championships: 5th